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Go above your professional training with a graduate certificate in implementation science or biomedical informatics.
Learn how to conduct health outcomes assessments and clinical effectiveness research in a range of biomedical, clinical and community-based research settings.
Become an expert at evaluating health interventions, treatments, prevention practices and policies to determine what works on a large-scale level and why.
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AI faculty candidate, Jie Xu, Ph.D. recently presented, “Applications of Health Data Analytics in Accelerating Precision Medicine.” Dr. Xu is currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Population Health Sciences at Cornell Medical College.
Researchers at University of Florida Health and the OneFlorida+ Clinical Research Network are using big data analytics to scale up research and boost…
Two HOBI faculty members received pilot awards from the CTSI Precision Health Initiative this year. Khairul A. Siddiqi, Ph.D., and Rahma S. Mkuu…
Boya Lin, a Ph.D. student at HOBI, is working as an intern this summer with the Experiential Internship Program at AbbVie, a research-based global…
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Thank you for *not* smoking. Ramzi Salloum is increasing the implementation and dissemination of cancer prevention and control strategies, especially those related to smoking cessation. According to the CDC, "Tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of death and disease in the U.S."